June 15
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YEREVAN.- Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan received on Tuesday his Bulgarian counterpart Boyko Borisov.

Sargsyan said Armenia wants to expand and deepen relations with Bulgaria expressing confidence that the visit will give an impetus to the strengthening of bilateral ties.

Boyko Borisov spoke about the Armenian community’s contribution to the development of business, banking, healthcare and other fields.

Stressing that the bilateral trade turnover reaches $60 million, the sides agreed it does not conform to high level of the relations. The officials agreed to organize an Armenian-Bulgarian business forum.

Armenian Premier underscored that Bulgaria’s experience is useful for Armenia’s European integration.

The premiers signed a cooperation agreement in the field of social security.  


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